Received the gloves without user manual or instructions. Did get the batteries charged and installed but have not had the opportunity to try them out. Am hoping they function as promised as they'll be much needed this winter.
Mobile Warming TX Heated Gloves.
The Mobile Warming Heated TX Gloves offer the motorcycle enthusiast a great option in heated gear. These gloves come in Men’s and Women’s sizes because as Louis says in the video, “When it comes to heated gear, you want the best fit possible.” The Heated TX gloves give you the ability to enjoy riding your motorcycle in cold weather and many other adventure sports where having warm hands is essential. Also, the rechargeable battery gives you up to 10 hours of warmth and comfort which is one of the best in the industry.
Mobile Warming TX Heated Gloves Features
- Carbolex® fabric
- Water resistant
- Nanomax™ membrane
- True Grip
- Exkin® Air® waterproof Insulation
- Includes two 7.4V 2.2Ah rechargeable lithium-ion battery and charger
- Provides up to 10 hours of comfortable warmth
- Heating Technology : Mobilewarming® Pro Heating System
- Power Source : Rechargeable 7V 2.2Ah Li-Ion Battery
- Current : 1.0A
- Watts : 15W
- Surface Temp : 135°F
- Weight : 0.24lbs
Mobile Warming TX Heated Gloves Sizing
Please measure the circumference of your hand starting at the top side of the base of your thumb (see image chart) using a cloth tape measure and choose your size from the chart below.Please note all measurements are in inches.
Most Helpful Reviews :
I decided to purchase these gloves since they were on sale so that I could try some heated gloves. I ride year round in Texas so cold days aren't too many. I ordered a large as my hand measured in the middle for the large size and it was a comfy fit. Gloves have a nice feel to them and seemed well made. Batteries took quite a while to charge and there were no instructions on when to know when they are fully charged. When the led's stop blinking in sequence they are charged. To turn the system on or off you also have to hold the power button for a few seconds and then use the power button to toggle the heat levels (25%, 50%, 75%, & 100%). The batteries are bulky and you really notice the weight on top of your wrist when you wear the gloves, but I didn't find it unbearable. The temperature did not get as warm as I expected the gloves to get. I have only worn them once so far in 34° weather on my morning commute. I had to set the temperature to 100% to feel the warmth, but my hands did not get cold. I will also mention that I ride a cruiser with a full fairing to knock down some of the wind. If I were riding something with more wind exposure to my hands I might look at a better quality pair of heated gloves. This may be a situation where you get what you pay for.
I ordered these and found them to be quite warm after one cold ride. They seem to be well worth the price. I like the length of them, as they cover my wrists and the drawstring keeps drafts out. Good control on the motorcycle grips, solid investment. Highly recommend.
I bought these gloves on clearance because we've been having morning temperatures in the 20s here in rural Kansas and I was tired of having cold fingers by the end of my 25 mile commute to town. I ride a few miles of gravel, a few miles of US highway and a lot of miles of 2 lane secondary and tertiary county roads to get from the ranch to work. I usually ride a DR650SE when the winds are above 10 MPH but sometimes I still ride my XR250L. These gloves fit like most of my gloves do and the XL worked fine for me as with most gloves, motorcycle, ranch, you name it. My first ride was with the heat level set at 50% and it was a 35 degree morning with a 19mph north wind, which I had to ride into. My fingers were just beginning to feel a chill at the end of the commute. I was impressed. The next time I used the gloves, it was 25 degrees with a mild 8 mph north wind. I turned the gloves to 100% and my fingers were toasty, mildly sweaty actually when I got to work. Since then I usually ride with the gloves set at 75% if the temp is below 30 and 50% if it is in the 30s. I've never worn the battery down more than 25% on my 2 way commute which I did in snow flurries on the way home yesterday. I probably would not pay full price for these gloves unless I still lived in rural North Dakota, but nothing beats warm hands with winter riding. The gloves come with a charger that has dual pigtails so you can charge both batteries at the same time. Hopefully I will get a few winters out of them.
So far like my gloves, 39-degree weather and I could still feel my fingers.
To this date, I have been riding with these gloves every day for approximately three weeks; the ONLY factor I cannot attest to is the battery life as my ride averages 45 min each way. They certainly stay warm for at least 1.5 hours (total round trip time of my commute). However, I have used them in enough varying conditions that I can express a comprehensive opinion about their other features. These gloves fulfil the company's description and specs: they are warm (extremely warm), they are water and wind proof, and they fit well. The fit is slightly on the larger side of their sizing chart, but it is close enough to purchase accurately. After measuring your hands, if you are right at the bottom edge of a size, then I suggest ordering the next size down. I have been riding in 35 degree weather at high speeds and lots of wind, and the 50% power setting has been sufficient to keep my hands comfortable. This makes me confident that these gloves will perform at significantly lower temperatures and definitely enable year-round riding. Operating the settings with the gloves on is easy. The buttons are easy to find and each glove only has one. All in all, I highly recommend these gloves and am very pleased with my purchase.
Except for the size being a bit off, every thing about these gloves is very good. Using your sizing chart, I should have ordered a size large, but I ordered a XL which turned out to be the right size, as the XL is a snug fit.
Mobile Warming offers three different motorcycling specific glove models and two all-purpose pairs including a mitten. In this video, we are taking a look at the motorcycling specific, all textile model, the TX. For the consumer trying to decide between the unisex textile model and this slightly more expensive motorcycling specific model, the difference is fairly substantial. The unisex model performs excellent between 45-55 degrees at lower speeds. But, If you're looking for a glove to go touring in, you should definitely start your shopping process with the TX and go up from there. The TX heated glove is available in Men's and ladies sizes. These gloves are constructed using a water resistant Carbolex shell and feature a waterproof Nanomax membrane and waterproof Exkin insulation. They feature padded phalanges, flex panels in the fingers and wrist, Phoslite reflective piping, reinforced palms, and a padded gauntlet. They come with two of Mobile Warming's famed battery/controller combos and an A/C charger. Mobile warming combines their controller and battery into one unit, so this little box is all you'll have to carry. Initial charge takes twelve hours, but after that, it will charge very quickly. Charging the battery can also be performed using the optional D/C charger. This is very handy for touring applications because you can charge an extra battery while you ride down the road, by adding a D/C socket to your motorcycle. Once the green lights indicate a fully charged controller, simply plug this wire located in this pocket within the glove gauntlet into the battery controller. You can check the charge state of the controller at any time by pressing the button one time with the controller powered off. The controller will also indicate the charging status when it is plugged into the charger. To activate the controller, press and hold the button until the unit powers on, then press the button repeatedly until your desired setting is reached. Press and hold the button again to shut the system off. Remember, the controller will only power on when it is plugged into a garment, so if you are trying to turn the controller on and it isn't working, it's probably not plugged in all the way. One of the aspects of this setup that sets it apart from other brands of battery heated gear for me is the battery life. This battery will last up to ten hours on the low setting which is quite a bit longer than some of the other products out there. For the longest possible battery life, make sure to get a snug fit with heated items. The closer the proximity you have to the elements, the lower the temperature setting is needed to keep you warm and the longer the battery lasts.